Your Christmas morning outfit is covered, thanks to Katy Perry. In collaboration with Beloved, she designed a 6-piece collection of festive onesies just in time for the holidays. The designs are fun and kitschy in true Katy Perry fashion.
Katy Perry x Beloved Mr. Claus Belovesie, $129.95
We particularly love the Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus onesies (and their unintentionally terrifying faces) and the Ginger Bread onesies cleverly named “Ginger Bae” and “Ginger Boo.” (more…)
Wouldn’t you know People Magazine actually got it right this year? They chose none other than David Beckham as 2015’s Sexiest Man Alive. Though this honor is overdue, we couldn’t be more pleased with their selection. Beckham is disarmingly handsome (and seems to get hotter as he ages) but he’s also a devoted husband to Victoria and a loving father of four. What’s sexier than a man who values family?
The soccer icon has long been a heartthrob: he graciously poses shirtless each season for H&M campaigns and he is one of the original purveyors of the man bun trend. Best of all, he’s humble. “I never feel that I’m an attractive, sexy person,” he told People. “I mean I like to wear nice clothes and nice suits and look and feel good, but I don’t ever think of myself that way.” How is this possible?
Victoria Beckham didn’t seem surprised. “She said, ‘Congratulations!'” Beckham shared, adding, “I would hope that she feels this way about me all the time anyway!” Of course she does. (Newsflash: we all do).
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Australian model Bridget Malcolm, who made her Victoria’s Secret debut last week, has taken to Instagram overnight urging her 165,000-plus followers to stop with the skinny shaming.
Following comments which flooded in on her bikini-clad Instagram photographs including but not limited to, “She looks like a bag of bones” and “Such a terrible role model for young girls,” the Victoria’s Secret golden girl has fronted her haters with an urging message to stop critiquing her model frame.
Bridget responded with a detailed protest of a post, writing, “Can we STOP with the skinny shaming please? I am extremely fit and healthy and am not in the slightest way anorexic.” (more…)
Although her last name might suggest otherwise, Conchita Wurst is the best, and the international sensation is bringing her all-round greatness to Sydney next year for a one-night Mardi Gras event.
Dubbed “Conchita: From Vienna with Love”, the Eurovision winner will make her Sydney debut at the Sydney Opera House on the night of March 3, 2016, alongside the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Conchita will also be joined on-stage by Mardi Gras ambassador and drag diva Courtney Act, cabaret performers Paul Capsis and Trevor Ashley, and a “surprise guest”, according to the official press release.
The bearded lady will perform songs from her debut self-titled album, plus music from artists like Shirley Bassey and Cher, who have inspired her along the way. She explains that the upcoming gig will definitely be a “highlight” of her career, saying “From Vienna with Love will build a bridge across the globe from Vienna to Sydney, full of music, love and fun.”
Nick Jonas, Delta Goodrem, The Presets, Kylie and Dannii Minogue, Adam Lambert, Calvin Harris and Kelly Rowland are just some of the big names who have performed during Sydney’s Mardi Gras festivities over the years, and we’re equally, if not more excited for Conchita’s inevitable domination on our shores.
Filmed in Sydney, Brenton and Courtney both have major roles in the film as characters “Bek” and “Zaya”, respectively. “She plays my girlfriend in the movie and we play mortals together in a world where gods and mortals co-exist,” 25-year-old Brenton told The West Australian. “She was fun to work with.” (more…)
So many of us want a ticket to Taylor Swift’s “1989” tour because of either her voice, dem daddy-long-legs or those guest acts, and now there is a special guy who really wants to grant that wish for you in a mutually beneficial deal.
Sydney-based Norweigen Marcus Helge Larsen desperately needs someone to accompany him to the pop star’s sold-out Sydney concert this month, posting a video to YouTube in a bid to find the perfect date as “time is running out”. (more…)